We've teamed up with social enterprise Tsuno to create a special edition of sanitary pads with 50% of profits going to charities that focus on empowering women and girls. To coincide with International Day of the Girl on October 11th, for every box of Tsuno x Kip&Co pads sold during October we will donate a box of pads to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. Together with Tsuno we have created a special edition of Tsuno’s disposable, sustainable, bamboo-fi- bre sanitary pads, featuring the signature bright, bold beautiful prints you love from us, on the packaging.
But they’re not just good looking. First up, Tsuno pads are made from natural bamboo, one of the most sustainable fibres available, so they’re su- per absorbent, breathable, soft and anti-bacterial, making them a socially and environmentally forward choice that’s better for your body. The pads are also individually wrapped in biodegradable plastic. These pads are good for your conscience too.As a social enterprise, Tsuno donates 50% of all profits to charities that focus on empowering women and girls. “We’re so excited to collaborate with Tsuno”  - Kip&Co co-founder. “As female entrepreneurs, working together to create a beautiful, sustainable, functional, and charitable prod- uct for women has been really special”.
October 11th is International Day of the Girl and will focus attention on the challenges girls face whilst promoting girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights. To help shine a light on the immense and complex challenges facing all the ladies out there, for every box of Tsuno x Kip&Co pads sold during the month of October, we will donate a box to the awesome Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, who protect those seeking asylum in Australia from persecution and destitution, support well-being and dignity and empower people to advance their own future. Shockingly, this includes almost 200 children still in detention.
Tsuno x Kip&Co products are available online at now.